Question about Nikon Cameras
This could be due to either dirt/dust/debris that is blocking the inner workings of the mechanism, or some physical damage to the unit from being dropped or overextended.
This article may be able to help you with a "do it yourself" solution.
In the event that your problem is due to physical damage and not just dirt or debris, you will need to take it to a local camera repair shop for troubleshooting. Be prepared, this type of repair may not be inexpensive.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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